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have. united loses 1-0. that's their 15th shutout of the season. >>> coming up next on off the wall we're talking baseball. >> your favorite subject. >> morgan is he dirty? >> oh, yeah. >> what about stephen strasbourg, tell you why that has been successful.  [ music ] >> and welcome once again to off the wall. what do we have in store here? >> we are talking about baseball. >> baseball. >> let's talk about what happened with the nationals tonight. nigel mortgage and an and that whole incident who was throwing fast balls. so nigel got mad. so he responded by going after the pitcher. >> ask me. >> is this a dirty move? is all this stuff dirty or just hardcore baseball fun? >> playing hard but might be slightly dirty. unwritten rules in baseball you know. one of them is you don't take out the catcher and break his shoulder like he did the game before. >> you have to know morgan that you are going to get hit the next day. part of the unwritten rules. the problem i have with the unwritten rules. let's write them down so they are not unwritten. let's write them down so we know wh
's been for d.c. united. simply, the win. columbus wins it 1-0. d.c. united loses 1-0. >>> finally, and finally, let's get tennis. tracy trying to continue her run at the u.s. open tonight. tough assignment against sharapova. first set she loses and second set she loses. 6-0, 6-0, the run is over, but a pretty good run for a local young lady. sharapova too much today. down to 53 now for the redskins. >> players cut, they get to keep their jerseys with their names on the back? >> good question. i don't think so. they get a goody bag maybe. >>> recap for us? >> a little cool in the morning but a beautiful sunny day tomorrow. absolutely splendid. >> thanks a lot. have a good night, everybody. [ man ] i was deciding what to do with my citi thankyou points when it happened... [ glass breaks ] ...again. ♪ [ child ] run! [ man ] first it was the mailbox. then my squirrel. and now, this. so i used my points to make a donation to get the park down the street built. when it finally opened, i also used my points for... car repair. [ male announcer ] use your citi thankyou points for almost
our opportunities to determine where and what was the exposure of which units -- we are losing the opportunity every day. this is the tough part of the business, i did find that exposure and being willing to do something -- identifying the exposure and being willing to do something about it. >> we have a severe problem in my state on the olympic peninsula with access to our veterans. many lives miles and miles away from care. there are very jammed facilities. i want to talk to about dealing with some of those folks who are not getting the care that they need. i will contact you. >> i will be happy to have that discussion. >> thank you very much. >> thank you. this is a very difficult discussion, because we are asking the secretary to play god. i happen to think you are doing a great job, that you are not god. none of us are. in the old days before we knew what we knew today, everyone recognizes that if a soldier was wounded or lost a leg or arm, there is no debate. that was a cause of war. that soldier got all the care and benefits he or she needed. the difficulty is that the w
can be sure of two things -- these bad trends would get worse, and the united states would lose power and influence in the region, most probably to iran. now, many americans never liked the iraq war in the first place and many seem to feel that the way to vindicate this feeling to get out fast. if iraq crumbles, well, it proves them right. but can we forget out how this operation began? at this point the united states has the infrastructure in iraq to support tens of thousands of troops at relatively low cost. if the iraqint there is a huge benefit. it helps csolidate a modern democracy in the heart of the arab world. one that could be pluralistic, open, and comfortable to the westn america, that works well for a model and it works well for national security reasons. thiss a crucial part of the world, oil rich. and the u.s. can stay actively engaejed there and keep a close eye on iran. it could be a kind of listening post for the entire region. in the 1950s, president dwight eisenhower kept tens of thousands of troops in south korea after hostilities ceased. of course, he had to keep
going around high-fiving, they were thrilled. how could the president of the united states lose to this hollywood actor? is the same phenomenon going on right now when all these democrats are looking at these tea party candidates and saying there's no way we can lose? >> i think more so the media are making those kinds of statements as it relates to the tea party candidates winning. they have some serious issues, but you cannot ignore the ground game. who cares about endorsements, who cares about money. they beat them in the primaries, but you can't ignore what happened in the general election. it's all up for grabs, the conventional wisdom would be out the window. >> the tea party candidates like christine o'donnell in delaware, she beat one of the most popular politicians in the history of the state of delaware. >> yeah, and i think the message, wolf, here is that this is an anti-establishment election, people look at washington, republican and democrat and say, all you experts qualified people, you know, you have spent the country into bankruptcy and debt i can never pay. the
jose afford the special gang unit. >> we have to reorganize our police department to cuomo date the fact that we are losing 90 officers. >> reporter: can san jose afford the price it will pay if it cuts the gang unit. >> this is misplaced priorities. >> reporter: san jose police will still fight gang activity just without a special 21 officer unit doing it. the members of the unit say that's dangerous. the san jose police officers association took out a full page ad in the mercury news protesting the cuts which took effect today. >> the majority of homicides in san jose are gang related. we simply will not have the resources to address gangs like yesterday. >> reporter: the police union counts 1,000 gang related arrests in a city that is said to have 50 active gangs and 9,000 gang members. they picked the spot where a 12- year-old was killed last year to hold the protest. >> there are people that believe we should close the lie march rice in order to be -- libraries in order to avoid cuts. i don't care that sentiment. >> reporter: mayor says it's a deli cat. >> we have dedicated
the police department to work with the fact that we're losing 90 officers. >> reporter: or was it dumb? >> the unit for the san jose police department will have a terrible impact on public safety. >> the san jose police will still fight the gang activity, but the force is now disbanded. they took out an ad today in the mercury news to bring the unit back. >> the majority of homicides in san jose are gang-related. we simply don't have the resources to address gangs today like we did yesterday. >> the police unit counts a thousand gang-related arrests in a city that says they have 50 active gangs and many members. >> when you're doing your budget, okay? you have to choose what is more important to you. community-based organizations or public safety. >> there are people who believe we should close the libraries in order to avoid cuts in the police and fire departments. i don't share it. >> the mayor says it is a tough balance, the out going chief of police backs the moves. >> we took what is dedicated to gang unit, to stopping the gangs and moving them over to another unit where they will
in dollars for the products it ships to the united states. the company had forecast an exchange rate of 100 yen a dollar. the president says he's now resigned to suffering losses. >> translator: whatever happens, we're going to lose. whether it's in dollars or euros. >> reporter: tourism is another sector feeling the pinch. visitors from the united states in particular are limiting spending on food and sightseeing. >> i came because i found a really cheap flight. but as a result i'm definitely trying not to spend as much money. i'm staying in cheaper hotels and eating at cheaper restaurants. >> today we thought about going to disneyland but instead we're coming here because this is free. so the kids get to see something that's japanese and yet still doesn't cost a lot of money. >> reporter: souvenir shops and other businesses that depend on tourists have noticed a slowdown in customer numbers and sales. >> translator: the number of foreign tourists is falling. >> translator: average spending by tourists has gone down to 4,000 yen from about 6,000. >> reporter: importers, however, are benefi
in which democrats have a chance of holding on to the united states senate, and they may lose the house. >> i am glad you brought that up. jim demint was catching some flak over that. >> after the election, the republicans, yes, there might be a little bit of tension between this new found tea party caucus, if there is one, with a grand ball from kentucky, joe miller from alaska, possibly one from nevada winning, and joining forces with jim demint, and they have a real conservative caucus, whether they are able to do that, and i think that needs to be seen. that will be one of the big questions posed november 2. >> thank you. >> coming up, the hot seat. sit down with them and get the answer is you want to hear. you want to hear. >> a pioneer in congress shares her story and the hope for the future. that is next. >> and in maryland's district 5, steny hoyer with his 14th term in congress. he is being challenged by the republican, charles >> now we turn to a pioneer in the united states congress. barbara mikulski was the first to be elected to the house and the senate in her own right. >>
,000 of its cars. the defect can cause drivers to lose control. all the cars are sonata sedans sold in the united states. it affects 2011 models. some of the cars have steering column shaft with connections that may not have been tightened enough or may have been improperly assembled. owne can take their cars to a dealer for inspection. >>> still ahead tonight -- >> i'm blind. i'm governor and still alive. now, how muc better do you want me to be? >> the real governor david paterson appears on "saturday night live," but n for laughs. we'll explain after the break. >>> plus, chuck bell is here. chuck's going to tell us when the clouds might give us some right here in this neighborhood, i grew up learning strong families anhard work means opportunity. and that starts with good schools. it's a tradition here in maryland-- and why in tse tough times i've put education first. we've made record investments in o classrooms... doubled the number of charter schools... and we've frozen college tuition for four years in a row. and it's working. experts say we now have the number one schools in
it as a national security threat and described how the united states is, quote, losing the ability to chart our own destiny and projecting weakness across the globe. >> our rising debt levels poses a national security threat. and it poses a national security threat in two ways. it undermines or capacity to act, in our own interests, and, it does constrain us where constraint may be undesirable. and, it also sends a message of weakness, internationally. i mean, it is very troubling to me, that we are losing the ability not only to chart our own destiny... >> reporter: losing the ability to chart our own destiny, she said and also added to that losing the leverage that comes from the enormously effective economic engine of the united states and one other quick note, the prepared text of secretary clinton's remarks had her saying the u.n. sanctions recently played on iran are the most comprehensive ever and in her delivery he omitted the word "ever" and the quote, many other nations placing their own sanctions on iran, secretary clinton omitted the word, "many" and mentioned other nations. bill: is th
sent two units with animal control officers to canvass the area in san bruno 4 lose rolling heads and/or assist in any way that we could. our officers are still in the field dealing with that right now. mayor newsom: anything from a medical examiner perspective? you avail yourself to your colleagues down there. >> [inaudible] resources that we could put on standby in case there were more fatalities than the san mateo coroner's office could handle. we put one investigator and one van on standby. we have been in contact with the san mateo county coroner's office. this time, they have not need the assistance from us, but we remain on standby as they continue to search the neighborhood's four additional fatalities. mayor newsom: ok, the key -- vicki? do you want to follow-up with anything that was on our list to communicate that we have not? >> i think you hit everything. you did a good job. mayor newsom: i want to now open up to others that have questions or thoughts or anything they want to share. i want to be sensitive to mark and 10 -- ken. i appreciate you both being here and avail y
done in the united states they got the tax credit so we would not lose jobs overseas. when they take that away, the jobs go away, we produce less oil and prices go higher. >> the president says these are loopholes being taken away from the companies. >>guest: that created jobs in the country. you close the loopholes you will take away jobs. it will be cheaper to produce oil in any other country in the world. you have to remember, the u.s. oil industry creates millions of jobs in this country. and they do so when they are the highest tax industries out there. you compare it to any other industry and they get taxed more than anyone else. and now you take away the one so-called loophole that makes u.s. energy companies competitive in the u.s. with countries abroad and you will see operations close down and jobs go overseas. >> i am coming at this from a different direction, we have a massive oversupply of oil in the united states and there are 50 million more barrels in storm -- in storage and i thought gas prices would go down but i could be right but that would give the president some
. it needs to be shut because if we don't shut it, we're going to lose some of our best compassion and, you know, the government, the united states, all of us, are in big trouble economically and everything else. so any little help, i think. president chiu: thank you. next speaker? >> my name is 17, san francisco native and disabled veteran. i'd like to say that i'm against pit lie ordinance. i'm in favor of free switch and as a proponent of free speech, i'd like to say that any harassment that i might run up against during my political activism only inspires me to redouble my efforts to have my civil rights, including free speech. i am in favor of chris daly's measure. i feel that m.c.d.s should have to go through the permitting process if they change ownership and also there are many underserved areas of san francisco that i think some of these outside interests could put a spot in. i'd also like to take a minute to think about someone that's near and dear to my heart. you may or may not realize that 25 out of every 100,000 people in america commits suicide. speaking of the group of peopl
several years in the united states entitled how to lose friends and alienate people. i think ahmadinejad's post presidential career could offer that type of memoir in iran because it's remarkable how uncanny an ability he has to get under people's skin in iran. >> brown: he does the rest of the world too. like you're saying in iran. >> that's the . >> brown: what led to that. >> in the aftermath of june 2009 presidential elections any remaining moderates or pragmatists were purged from the system. what resulted was a very hard- line government whose color spectrum ranges from pitch black to dark gray. even among these conservatives there's tremendous animosity towards ahmadinejad. and the state that the country is in right now under tremendous external pressure but also internal pressure. >> brown: does that sound right to you you? >> yes, i agree with kareem but i think at the end that's my guess that the supreme leader has to intervene once again like he did in my case and probably the judiciary just let her go. because how much more do you want to discredit the president. >> brown: bu
supporters believe that the obama administration has not done enough and they worry if the united states negotiates with ahmadinejad he will resurrect his troubles and his presidency and fix his legacy and then the opposition will lose credibility. >> charlie: what do you make of what the -- go ahead, haleh, i'll come back. >> charlie, i think that the obama administration can easily try and engage iran while condemn the violation of human rights. condemning the violation of human rights and the atrocities that are taking place in iran does not mean to come out overtly and let's say, "we support the green movement" so that it gives another excuse to the government in iran to repress on the activists because precisely saying, "didn't we say that they are promoting a velvet revolution, didn't we say that they are stooges of foreign governments?" but i think that the obama administration should continue, just as the president spoke this morning at the u.n., continue condemning what is happening in iran. >> charlie: is mossavi under house arrest? >> virtual house arrest the. i'm told when he
important not to lose sight of the fact that this was an act of war against the united states and not to insight of the true enemy we still face. >> mort. >> i'm heartbreaken of the solidarity that stayed with the u.s. it is gone. >> bye bye.
york. >> i think it's very important not to lose sight of the fact that this was an act of war against the united states and not to insight of the true enemy we still face. >> mort. >> i'm heartbreaken of the solidarity that stayed with the u.s. it is gone. >> bye bye. did you know go-gurt is specially made to freeze and thaw by lunch time? so kids can have their favorite yogurt in their lunch box go-gurt. freeze it. thaw it. eat it up. ¿qué si usamos tacos más grandes? [ male announcer ] old el paso super stuffers. 33% larger shells. feed your fiesta. i even bought her a computer with my new citi forward card. then one day... have you seen this? she "friended" me. there's a whole album. [ laughs ] [ groans ] and started posting pictures. ♪ and tagging me. publicly. [ male announcer ] you ought to be rewarded for being dependable. the citi forward card gives you extra points for paying your bill on time and staying within your credit limit. [ woman ] nice tights. what's your story? the citi forward card can help you write it. but you wouldn't want an antique computer. or an ant
center in new york. >> i think it's very important not to lose sight of the fact that this was an act of war against the united states and not to insight of the true enemy we still face. >> mort. >> i'm heartbreaken of the solidarity that stayed with the u.s. it is gone. >> bye bye. if. for such a small word it packs a wallop. if i live to a hundred. if social security isn't enough. if my heart gets broken. if she says yes. we believe if should never hold you back. if should be managed with a plan that builds on what you already have. together we can create a personal safety net, a launching pad, for all those brilliant ifs in the middle of life. you can call on our expertise and get guarantees for the if in life. after all, we're metlife.
too. i know you were only one witness, but judge phillips writes about how losing you impacted your unit, how the squadron, in her words, fell apart without you. h how important you were not only to the mission but your troops. do you feel any small piece of ownership for this big ruling? >> just one small part. mine was just one of the stories. it certainly highlights how horrible this law is. my unit was -- i had a great squadron, a fantastic team, and they were very, very capable, functioned very highly. and the unit cohesion and the morale suffered. the mission suffered after i was fired from my duty. because it just had a -- it had a very negative effect on the unit. and that just goes to highlight all the other stories, the 14,000 or so service members, men and women, who have been thrown out under this law and how much that has harmed our national security. and i think judge phillips really picked up on that, and really showed that in her decision. >> mike, there was one part of the ruling and one part of this overall case that i wanted to ask you, but it's not one that we ha
. homeless people are for people who lose their housing and there is a shortage of affordable housing. there are millions more households that need an expensive house in then there are inexpensive housing units. with someone loses their housing, it is hard to get back in. in terms of and climate, started businesses, would we have found over the past 20 years with homelessness is that really we need to get people into housing, even short term, to help people get back on their feet. it is very, very difficult for someone to get back on their feet to stay employed, be a good of way, the healthy, get their kids to school, and achieve any of the things we want and need if they did not have some kind of stable housing. getting people into housing and then addressing economic aspirations seems to work really well. there are federal programs supported by governments. there is an emergency contingency fund which is part of welfare that subsidizes the wages of people who are working. there are other types of programs that helps even people with disabilities and substance abuse -- substance abus
opportunities to determine where and what was the exposure of which units -- we are losing the opportunity every day. this is the ough part of the business, i did find that exposure and being willing to do something -- identifying the exposure and being willing to do something about it. >> we have a severe problem in my state on the olympic peninsula with access to our veterans. many lives miles and miles away from care. there are very jammed facilities. i want to talk to about dealing with some of those folks who are not getting the care that they need. i will contact you. >> i will be happy to have that discussion. >> thank you very much. >> thank you. this is a very difficult discussion, because we ae asking the secretary to play god. i happen to think you are doing a great job, that you are not god. none of us are. in the old days before we knew what we knew today, everyone recognizes that if a soldier was wounded or lost a leg or arm, there is no debate. that was a cause of war. that soldier got all the care and benefits he or she needed. the difficulty is that the world has changed signifi
some bulwark against those concerns, mr. kohl noticed a 2007 study that there was concern in the united states about losing out to london and other financial centers. there was the concern that there was too much regulatory oversight. we lose our competitive bid vintage. mr. kohl also said there was a risk that risk management practices had improved and that the industry had matured. mr. kohl also said that at the federal reserve bank -- the focus was on a holding company and packs on suppositories. there was not a look at systemic risk. i would like to ask you to comment. was this a big hole? was there a hole in the system or the federal reserve did not look at the systemic and pac's? i did not see anyone -- systemic impacts? >> his points are correct. we operate under a statutory frankfurt -- statutory framework. the degree of our investigation is governed by statute. one of the gaps in the statute is one that is fixed by the "dodd-frank act" is on the individual safety and soundness of particular institutions, not on the system as a whole. there is no regulator in the banking area th
performance. she calls it impact. there's nothing quite like impact in public education anywhere in the united states. nowhere else can a teacher, even one who has tenure, lose his job immediately after receiving an ineffective rating. >> the wheels are in motion for action, and the time for dramatic change begins today. >> reporter: from the moment newly elected mayor adrian centy appointed michelle rhee chancellor in june 2007 she began making controversial changes to a system that's been failing for years. when she arrived just 12% of the district's 8th graders were reading at a proficient level. math scores were even worse. only 8% proficient. families were leaving the public schools in droves with enrollment down by nearly one third over ten years. the mayor vowed to fix the schools and counted on rhee, a former nonprofit leader and classroom teacher, to get the job done. >> i am going to run this district in a way that is constantly looking out for the best interests of the children and of the school. >> reporter: though rhee had no experience running a school district, she promised to b
coke brothers, americans for prosperity now, united patients now. i think if we lose control of the congress, we are going to see more efforts to repeal and roll back the civilizing advances and reforms not only health care legislation but social security privatization, medicare and medicaid privatization. they need to campaign on this as a choice election. and for those progressives who are discouraged or feel apathetic because they didn't get everything they want, you know what, to sit back will be the greatest gift to the right wing dominating the republican party. and you know, obama, let him do his thing. we should be continuing to mobilize but we need to do our thing which is to continue to build on the reforms even if they're flawed but continue to build and that is the history of social change legislation in this country. >> how do liberals in this country answer the enthusiasm gap? they've got a lot to be proud of. it wasn't a conditional 22 months of support. nothing's going to get done in september and october. we know that. but it seems to me that there as enthusi
the working folk of america? they have that record to run on. that's who they are. it's about uniting people, do we care about people that lose their jobs in this economy? do we care about outsourcing? do we care about money that goes to wall street and bailout wall street? isn't it time to do something for the american worker? is that the godly thing to do to care about your neighbor? let's get real about this. let's turn this country around. support our president. support what has to be done for this country. let's overrun the obstructionists with our passion and our vision for america. and let's do it. one nation, unite all workers. let's get it done. get your cell phones out, folks. i want to know what you think about the unemployment situation in this country. tonight's text survey is, what do you think republican politicians care more about, your jobs or their jobs? text a for jobs, text b for their jobs to 622639. we'll bring you the results later on in the show. joining me tonight first off here on "the ed show" is the president of the largest federation of unions in the united state
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this problem around and start building land instead of losing land. >> reporter: portier says it's way past time the rest of the country woke up to what is happening. >> people have to realize that this is not just louisiana's coastal zone, it's the united states coastal zone. this habitat is as valuable as other habitats here in north america. this habitat were losing anywhere between 25 to 30 square miles of coastline a year. there is no equivalent anywhere else in the united states. >> reporter: portier and a lot of his fellow louisianans say it's time to stop talking about the problem and actually start doing something about it. >> ifill: now, the first of several conversations on whether or not to extend tax cuts that expire at the end of the year. we begin with someone who believes all the cuts, enacted in 2001 and 2003, should stay in place. glenn hubbard was the chair of the council of economic advisors under president george w. bush and helped design them. he's now dean of columbia university's school of business and is co-author of a new book on economic policy called "seeds of de
and they lose. howard loses to florida a&m. >>> the washington redskins will come a very powerful houston texans team with a poem and balanced offense along with a very tough the offensive unit. that means the redskins offense which struggled, and that is a mild way of putting it against the cowboys, has to do better. the redskins have been working and they're confident. >> this is a good offense. we have good players. it is just a matter of time before we all get it together. >> i think it will happen quickly. i think it will happen quickly. we can obviously take a lot out of that first game. obviously, but the mistakes and the miscues, but a lot of the positives also. >> 4 caught 15 start tomorrow. -- 4:15 start tomorrow. >>> the nationals-phillies. desmond launches the rocket. that will bounce around into the corner. making his way to the plate, around third, to relate to the plate. the throat -- he is safe. the phillies with the big bats tonight. to run home run. the phillies quiet the nationals, 5-2. >>> the yankees, cc sabathia became the first 20-game winner in the national league. believ
of freedom. shourd worn returns to the u.s. >>> budget problems have forced the san jose unit to eliminate a gang june. now, why the officers are saying the move is down. >> we have to reocean our police department to accommodate that the fact that we were losing 9 ours. >> the impact will be on public safety. >> san jose police will fight batchednology, but it is banded. >> when you're doing your budget you have to chose what is important here. >> there are people that we believe should close the libraries to avoid cuts in the police officer and fire department. >> reporter: it is a delicate dance. davis backs the move. >> we took what was dedicated to gang units to gang activity suspension. we will move home to another unit. >> san jose will still be the safest city in the california area. >> a lot of crimes are going to go undetected. it is a stad day in the city of san jose. >> so, everyone has their own ideas how to not wear the care. the program downtown, they think it is a waste of money. the payer said if the pension levels were not how -- >> nobody is wrought our young. >> thank y
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